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The informal word ‘galore’ is used to emphasize that something exits in scarcely believable quantities and is therefore readily available. It is generally used in a positive sense rather than to denote there is too much of something, thus separating it from words such as 'glut’. The term is what is known as a postpositive adjective, meaning it always comes after the word it is describing.
There were bargains galore in our summer sale and customers snapped them up in record numbers.
As a confirmed foodie, I can’t wait to visit that city as I have read that it has restaurants and cafes galore!
The movie had spectacular stunts and action scenes galore, but there was very little depth or nuance to it.